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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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indirectly

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | substance directly, but indirectly, ~in so far as they presuppose 2 1, 13 | essence, either directly or indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 3 1, 19 | something either directly, or indirectly and ~accidentally. He shows 4 1, 19 | own working. He shows it ~indirectly, by not hindering the doing 5 1, 20 | the object secondarily and indirectly, as opposed to ~good; it 6 1, 29 | the essence, and relation indirectly, ~forasmuch as "person" 7 1, 29 | itself" implies relation ~indirectly; for the Father is understood 8 1, 29 | relation directly; and essence indirectly; forasmuch as ~in the definition 9 1, 29 | term nature is mentioned indirectly; ~and these come nearer 10 1, 29 | directly, and the essence ~indirectly; not, however, the relation 11 1, 29 | directly the essence, and ~indirectly the relation, inasmuch as 12 1, 29 | the notion of the ~person indirectly. Thus we can say that this 13 1, 32 | obstinately. A thing is of faith, indirectly, if the denial of it ~involves 14 1, 34 | nature is also included indirectly in the name of the ~person; 15 1, 39 | directly means knowledge but ~indirectly it means life. For, as above 16 1, 41 | directly, but the relation indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 17 1, 41 | signified directly, generation indirectly: just as if I were to say, 18 1, 45 | is made from its contrary indirectly (Phys. i, text ~43), but 19 1, 45 | made "directly," but only "indirectly."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 20 1, 64 | angels. In another way, ~indirectly, as when anyone assailed 21 1, 76 | another part, except ~perhaps indirectly; for we do not say that 22 1, 39 | directly means knowledge but ~indirectly it means life. For, as above 23 1, 41 | directly, but the relation indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 24 1, 41 | signified directly, generation indirectly: just as if I were to say, 25 1, 46 | is made from its contrary indirectly (Phys. i, text ~43), but 26 1, 46 | made "directly," but only "indirectly."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 27 1, 65 | angels. In another way, ~indirectly, as when anyone assailed 28 1, 75 | another part, except ~perhaps indirectly; for we do not say that 29 1, 77 | natural immutation unless indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 30 1, 85 | the universal only. But indirectly, and as it were by a kind 31 1, 85 | intelligible species, ~and indirectly the singular represented 32 1, 85 | known directly by sense and indirectly by the ~intellect; while 33 1, 88 | the ~intellect, but only indirectly, as stated above (Q[86], 34 1, 88 | by cold; and secondly, indirectly, when its subject is ~corrupted. 35 1, 92 | directly and ~immediately, or indirectly and mediately; as, for instance, 36 1, 103 | another in two ways. First, indirectly, and accidentally; ~thus 37 1, 103 | being ~in two ways; first, indirectly and accidentally, by removing 38 1, 103 | produced from nothing. But indirectly God can be the cause of ~ 39 1, 113 | two ways; ~directly and indirectly. Indirectly as when an agent 40 1, 113 | directly and indirectly. Indirectly as when an agent is the 41 1, 114 | observed, however, that indirectly and accidentally, the impressions 42 1, 114 | accidentally, ~neither directly nor indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 43 1, 115 | save accidentally and ~indirectly. Now the cause of fate, 44 2, 6 | bodily organ, is also moved ~indirectly; thus it happens that through 45 2, 6 | heating from heat. Secondly, indirectly; in which sense ~something 46 2, 6 | which proceeds from it indirectly as from its inaction.~Aquin.: 47 2, 19 | willed, either directly or indirectly, it does ~not cause the 48 2, 19 | the will tends: and that, "indirectly" ~voluntary, which is due 49 2, 33 | health does": ~but it does so indirectly; inasmuch as the agent, 50 2, 35 | some affliction or pain is indirectly ~mingled with contemplation.~ 51 2, 35 | contemplation accidentally ~and indirectly, as stated above.~Aquin.: 52 2, 53 | It is, ~however, moved indirectly through the movement of 53 2, 53 | directly by its contrary; ~indirectly, through its subject being 54 2, 53 | subject, cannot be corrupted indirectly. There are, ~however, some 55 2, 53 | science ~cannot be corrupted indirectly, on the part of the "possible" 56 2, 53 | incorruptible both directly and indirectly. Such are the habits of 57 2, 53 | causes heat. Secondly, ~indirectly; for instance, that which 58 2, 73 | done aggravates ~the sin; indirectly, however, in so far, to 59 2, 75 | inordinateness of the act, ~indirectly, and beside the intention: 60 2, 75 | cause, both directly ~and indirectly. Indirectly, as that which 61 2, 75 | directly ~and indirectly. Indirectly, as that which removes an 62 2, 76 | sin the more freely; or indirectly, as when a man, ~through 63 2, 76 | directly voluntary, ~but indirectly or accidentally, as when 64 2, 77 | directly; but it can do so indirectly, and this in two ways. ~ 65 2, 77 | manner, it can be moved by it indirectly, as stated.~Aquin.: SMT 66 2, 77 | voluntary "directly" or "indirectly"; directly, if ~the will 67 2, 77 | the will tends towards it; indirectly, if the will could have 68 2, 79 | will ~to sin; secondly, indirectly, namely be not preventing 69 2, 79 | neither ~can He cause sin indirectly. For it happens that God 70 2, 82 | sin, ~not directly, but indirectly, viz. by the removal of 71 2, 82 | bodily movements results indirectly from bodily ~sickness. Nor 72 2, 82 | why it ~should not do so, indirectly and accidentally, i.e. by 73 2, 84 | appetite to avoid it. Secondly, indirectly and on ~account of something 74 2, 87 | Although punishment is related indirectly to nature, ~nevertheless 75 2, 88 | is a cause which moves ~indirectly, by removing an obstacle, 76 2, 91 | mercantile law. Secondly, indirectly; thus by the very fact that 77 2, 2 | object of fortitude, but indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 78 2, 11 | of faith; in another way, indirectly and ~secondarily, e.g. those 79 2, 19 | proceeds from a virtue ~indirectly, or is occasioned by a virtue, 80 2, 23 | may be ~said to conduce indirectly to its diminution, and such 81 2, 23 | lose charity. Secondly, ~indirectly, when a sin is committed 82 2, 28 | is the "work of justice" indirectly, in so far as ~justice removes 83 2, 32 | sins, by participation and indirectly. For just as ~the will cleaves 84 2, 32 | from God, not directly, but indirectly, in so far, namely, as he 85 2, 45 | be ascribed to prudence ~indirectly, in so far, to wit, as prudence 86 2, 49 | special virtue. Secondly indirectly, through ~the good disposition 87 2, 57 | Even particular justice is indirectly opposed to all the ~virtues; 88 2, 57 | not directly, but ~only indirectly, and, as it were, doing 89 2, 60 | two ways, directly ~and indirectly. Directly, when a man induces 90 2, 60 | as a fellow ~evil-doer. Indirectly, when a man does not prevent 91 2, 71 | sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly. Directly, in four ways: ~ 92 2, 71 | deeds to a bad intention. ~Indirectly, this is done either by 93 2, 71 | pleasing ~to him: secondly, indirectly, that is, if he does not 94 2, 83 | to God immediately, and indirectly ~when we share them with 95 2, 109 | directly, in another way indirectly. ~Its direct opposition 96 2, 119 | ascribed to piety; and mildness indirectly in so far as it removes ~ 97 2, 127 | Wherefore as confidence belongs indirectly to ~fortitude, in so far 98 2, 127 | daring, so security belongs ~indirectly to magnanimity, in so far 99 2, 150 | material element is expressed ~indirectly by the words "on incorruption 100 2, 160 | inordinately desired. Secondly, indirectly and accidentally as it were, ~ 101 2, 160 | and pride hinders this indirectly by removing its cause. For 102 2, 164 | regarded by this ~virtue indirectly, as by that which removes 103 2, 186 | to the contemplative life indirectly, by removing ~the obstacles 104 3, 46 | body; yet it lessens it indirectly by redundance of the ~higher 105 3, 46 | soul. For ~the soul suffers indirectly when the body suffers, inasmuch 106 3, 47 | someone causes an effect indirectly - that is, by not preventing 107 3, 49 | abolished. In another ~way - indirectly, that is to say - in so 108 3, 50 | the other, yet it ~does so indirectly at times: thus cold sometimes 109 3, 63 | disposes it remotely or indirectly. Now a character disposes ~ 110 3, 65 | vital ~perfection; secondly, indirectly [per accidens], i.e. by 111 3, 65 | which are ordained thereto indirectly, viz. by removing ~some 112 Suppl, 2 | it regards future sins indirectly, although it is not ~essentially 113 Suppl, 11| sacramental confession, yet ~indirectly matters also which are not 114 Suppl, 11| heard in confession, save ~indirectly: even as one who knows something 115 Suppl, 11| says he heard ~it, but only indirectly, because he says he has 116 Suppl, 18| directly. but to bind it indirectly, in so far as He is said 117 Suppl, 30| any ~sacrament at all, or indirectly by means of some other sacrament), 118 Suppl, 30| sacrament may blot out sin indirectly, it does not ~exclude the 119 Suppl, 30| temporal punishment; and this indirectly, in as much as it takes 120 Suppl, 56| another either directly or indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 121 Suppl, 71| they profit secondarily and indirectly the person for whom one 122 Suppl, 71| the dead, not directly but indirectly, in so far as men ~are aroused 123 Suppl, 71| the dead we ~profit them indirectly, either as offering them 124 Suppl, 86| will ~regard the angels indirectly somewhat, in so far as they 125 Suppl, 89| two ~ways, directly and indirectly. A thing is perceptible 126 Suppl, 89| of this ~kind, although indirectly, when the apprehensive power ( 127 Suppl, 89| said to perceive it even indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 128 Suppl, 91| of the wicked. Secondly, indirectly, by ~reason namely of something 129 Suppl, 91| the ~damned will cause it indirectly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 130 Suppl, 95| directly, in another way indirectly. He repents of a sin directly 131 Suppl, 95| as such: and he repents indirectly who hates it on account 132 Suppl, 95| them; but they will ~repent indirectly, inasmuch as they will suffer 133 Suppl, 95| shun punishment: and thus ~indirectly they repent of wickedness 134 Suppl, 95| they repent of ~the sins indirectly, if they be punished for


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